The X-Files

731 (2) - S3-E10

Revealing mistake: When Mulder finds the Japanese doctor dead on the floor of the train bathroom, the man's eyes are open. Just before the shot cuts to the girl and boy at the door, he closes his eyes.

731 (2) - S3-E10

Revealing mistake: At the very beginning of the scene when the bomb is shown, in the lower part of the screen a moving red spot appears which probably comes from the reflection of the bomb's red diode in the camera. (00:36:50)

Chop Luftmysza

Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose - S3-E4

Revealing mistake: When Mulder and Scully discover Clyde's dead body, if you look closely you can see Clyde's left eye twitching. (00:43:05)

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Nisei (1) - S3-E9

Revealing mistake: The guy who is jumping to the water is definitely not Mulder. It is a stunt. (00:21:20)

Chop Luftmysza

The List - S3-E5

Revealing mistake: When the car hits the tree, one can notice that there's a stunt sitting behind the wheel instead of the warden. (00:42:05)

Chop Luftmysza

Piper Maru (1) - S3-E15

Revealing mistake: In the beginning of the episode two frogmen jump into the water from the boat. The boat is supposedly out in the Pacific Ocean, but in the lower left corner you can see a harbor in the background.

Hell Money - S3-E19

Revealing mistake: Mulder and Scully are standing behind the torso of a corpse being investigated. Despite being dead, the victim is breathing. (00:17:20)

Wetwired - S3-E23

Revealing mistake: In the opening sequence, a man who is hallucinating badly is apprehended by the police. They find a dead blonde woman in the trunk of the man's car. In a close-up of the dead woman, all the dried blood on her face is an added digital effect; however, the dried blood "drifts" around, seemingly out-of-sync with the video. Similar "drifting" digital effect problems are seen in other X-Files episodes.

Charles Austin Miller

Avatar - S3-E21

Revealing mistake: As Dana Scully is examining the dead woman found in bed with Skinner, she observes a strange luminescent glow on the woman's nose and lips. It's apparent that this glow was added digitally; but the digital effect is "drifting" around the dead woman's face, seemingly out of sync with the video. Similar "drifting" digital effect problems are seen in other X-Files episodes.

Charles Austin Miller

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